Born in Friedrichshafen (Germany). She took her first violinistic steps with Hermine Diemer and later developed under Christos Polyzoides at the University of Music of Graz (Austria), where, in 1988, she obtained her Diploma of Concert Performer with the unanimous qualification of  “cum laude”. Other influential teachers were Wanda Wilkomirska, Michael Schnitzler, Wolfgang Schneiderhahn, Max Rostal and Franco Gulli. She obtained various prizes in various competitions and in 1997 she received the Award for Cultural Promotion from the city of her birth.

Apart from the large amount of activity she has had as a chamber musician, she has also performed as a concert musician with the Symphony Orchestra of Graz and has collaborated with the Kammerphilharmonie of Vienna, the Vorarlberger Kammerorchester and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Graz.


She has made recordings for radio, television and has released various CDs including the  music of Schubert, Prokofiev, Ravel, Toldra, Montsalvatge, Homs and Falla with the pianists Janna Polyzoides and Jesús María Gómez.


As a soloist and performer of chamber music she has travelled around almost all of Europe, as well as to Argentina and Japan. She has played in concert halls such as the Musikverein, Brahms-Saal and Schubert-Saal Viena, the Auditorio Nacional and Teatro Real of Madrid, Wiener Konzerthaus, Clementinum Praga, Sala Casals Tokyo, Izumi Hall Osaka, Fénix Hall Hiroshima, Tsuyanna Shimin Okayama, Marat Saal Bruselas, Groper Saal Szombathely, Rosbaud-Studio Mannheim, Teatro da Trindade Lisboa...


Margherita Marseglia has performed under the direction of Milan Horvath, Paul Bischof, Niksa Bareza, Peter Lukas Graf, Fabio Luisi, Aldo Ceccato, Mario Venzago, Karolos Tricolidis, José Miguel Rodilla, Militiades Charidis, Peter Guth, Peter Gülke and Alexis Soriano among others.


In the year 2000 she founded, as concertino-conductor, IL CONCERTO ACCADEMICO, a string orchestra  that, since its first concert, has delighted all types of audience, performing as a soloist on the first live recording by a Spanish orchestra of The Four Seasons by Vivaldi, the CD was edited under the label RTVE and was released on the market for Christmas 2003.

Margherita   Marseglia